Amity Guild limited collection

Aaron McNeilly and Benson Saulo share a common passion for showcasing Australia’s rich cultural history and to create a shared future for all Australians. The Amity Guild was born from their love of hand-crafted suits and connecting likeminded individuals passionate about leadership and impact. Oscar Hunt Tailors became a natural partner to create a unique line of suits lined with Indigenous art that appeal to professional, driven and socially-conscious individuals.

Art Yarramunua is an established name in Indigenous art and showcases some of the biggest names in the industry. Stan Yarramunua understands the power of art to break down cultural barriers and share stories. Through Stan’s work, the Amity Guild and Oscar Hunt Tailors partnership can bring culture to offices and boardrooms across the country, and connect the wearer to a growing movement of reconciliation in Australia.

This unique partnership celebrates excellence, professionalism and reconciliation, and brings together likeminded individuals who are cut from the same cloth.

The art collection for this range showcases carefully selected pieces which personify the outstanding qualities of people we seek to exemplify. The narrative of the pieces embody courage, integrity, creativity and a sense of service to the other. We invite you to explore the range and select the piece which reflects who you are, your connection to our society and the extraordinary heritage woven across this land.

Presenting the distinguished range

The artist - Stan Yarramunua

Yarramunua started painting over 20 years ago. He began by selling paintings, didgeridoos and clap sticks at markets and galleries. This led him to building relationships and representing Victorian Aboriginal Artists. Over many years, Yarramunua worked in the desert and had the opportunity to build stronger relationships with, and representing Aboriginal Desert Artists.

In 2008, Yarramunua was proud to open among the first Aboriginal privately owned and managed galleries in the world, in the heart of Melbourne CBD. Soon after he opened a country gallery in Daylesford, VIC, and in 2016 Yarramunua opened a gallery in iconic St. Kilda, VIC. 

Stan was featured in a biographical novel ‘The Man Called Yarra’. In 2019, Stan completed filming in the award winning TV series ‘Mystery Road’ filmed in Broome, WA.

“For me, the power of art is unparalleled – it’s one of the purest forms of storytelling. The selected linings represent a series of narratives that embody courage, integrity, creativity and connection to country. Showcasing Indigenous art is timeless, and a way to connect our past, present and future.”